- Abena Korkor Addo is no more a presenter with TV3
- Korkor's contract as a host of the station's Ladies Circle has been terminated
- She announced the termination in a new video on social media
- According to her, the station cited a recent nude video she posted as reason
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Abena Korkor Addo, one of the presenters of TV3's Ladies Circle show, has been withdrawn as a host of the programme.
This follows the termination of her contract as a presenter by the TV station earlier in the week.
Abena Korkor announced her withdrawal from the show in a video she shared on social media.
According to Korkor, her employers had called to inform her that they were taking her off the show which co-hosts with Anita Akuffo and one other.
She stated that the station cited a recent video of her going unclad and wearing only lingerie which she recently shared on social media as the reason for her withdrawal.
The nude video, Korkor said, had been deemed by the show's sponsors to be negative publicity which they do not want to be associated with their brands, hence, the decision to withdraw her from the show.
The termination of Abena Korkor's contract at TV3 comes just a few weeks after she got involved in a controversy with her colleague, Giovani Caleb.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, Korkor lashed out at her colleague over his recent interview with Delay.
Giovani Caleb, during his interview with Delay, denied having any intimate relationship with Abena Korkor.
His denial was in response to a question Delay raised about allegations Korkor made about some prominent Ghanaian men a few years ago.
It will be recalled that Abena Korkor released a list of prominent Ghanaians she claimed to have slept with. Giovani's name happened to be in there but he flatly denied it on the Delay Show.
Weeks after the interview, Abena Korkor took to social media to call out Giovani for not being truthful.
Abena Korkor, popularly known for her bedroom video that went viral when she was a student of the University of Cape Coast, is known to be suffering from bipolar disorder.
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